John Wesley Harding
Genres:
Folk, Pop/Rock
Meta styles:
Alternative/Indie Rock, Contemporary Folk, Singer/Songwriter
Styles:
Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, Alternative Folk, Alternative Pop/Rock, College Rock, Contemporary Folk, Contemporary Singer/Songwriter, Urban Folk

John Wesley Harding (b. 22 October 1965) is a folk/pop singer-songwriter who has called his style of music "folk noir" and "gangsta folk". He was born Wesley Stace in Hastings, East Sussex, England. His given name, Wesley, comes from John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, who preached one of his last sermons in the town where Harding was born. His stage name may be seen as an almost inevitable nickname for a folk-pop musician, in that his first name overlaps with the Bob Dylan album (and song) "John Wesley Harding".

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Greatest Other People's Hits

Greatest Other People's Hits

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2018
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17
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320 kbps
The Sound Of His Own Voice

The Sound Of His Own Voice

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2011
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14
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256 kbps
Who Was Changed And Who Was Dead CD1

Who Was Changed And Who Was Dead CD1

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2009
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13
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207 kbps
Who Was Changed And Who Was Dead CD2

Who Was Changed And Who Was Dead CD2

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2009
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12
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193 kbps
Adam's Apple

Adam's Apple

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2004
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12
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320 kbps
The Confessions Of St. Ace

The Confessions Of St. Ace

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2000
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12
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223 kbps
Awake: The New Edition

Awake: The New Edition

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2000
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19
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320 kbps
Trad Arr Jones

Trad Arr Jones

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1999
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11
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234 kbps
New Deal

New Deal

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1996
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13
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320 kbps
Why We Fight

Why We Fight

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1992
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12
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320 kbps
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